Study Guide Nsa Capstone

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Topic 1: The Input/Output Process
1) Definition
Motherboard, CPU, RAM, Hard drive, Graphics Card, NIC Card, Power Supply, and ROM Drive
2) Application
I/O processes is basically how the devices communicate so they can work together. For example when you plug in a USB device the computer has to find a driver. That driver is like a translator for the USB device so the computer understands what the USB device is doing.
3) Troubleshooting
The most common issue is that either the driver is corrupted or the driver is the incorrect one. To fix this use the disk the printer came with and reinstall the driver or go to the products website and download the driver for that product and model.

Topic 2: The OSI Model
1) Definition
The OSI model is a conceptual model that characterizes and standardizes the internal functions of a communication system by partitioning it into abstraction layers.
2) Application
3) Troubleshooting
Topic 3: SOHO Broadband
1) Definition
The current available broadband solutions are cable, dialup(IDSN), satellite, ADSL(much like dialup) but higher rates 1500Kbps down and 256Kbps up,DSL(carries signal as digtal without have to convert it from analog and its faster) and wireless (Verizon ect)
2) Application
I would use a wireless network that would allow everything to hook up to my network.
3) Troubleshooting
I would start checking to see if it is network wide or certain sections of the network. If it is the entire network I would start looking towards my main switch and server but it was a certain section of the area of a network I would start at that switch and work my way back towards the server.
Topic 4: TCP/IP
1) Definition

2) Application
3) Troubleshooting
Check IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway
Topic 5: Client Server
1) Definition
A domain is a is a form of a computer network in which all user accounts,…...

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